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Stock photography company Dreamstime is looking for the perfect picture to represent your Father’s Day. The DreamstimeDads competition is open right now and will close at midnight EDT on June 15th (8am in the UK on 16th June). The winners will be selected on Monday 16th June. Submit your picture to Dreamstime’s Facebook or Google+ page with the hashtag #DreamstimeDads and the top five will win a £100 Amazon voucher (or a $100 for US entrants) each.
Dreamstime Press Release
What Does Your Father’s Day Look Like?
Enter the #DreamstimeDads photo competition to show us
12th June 2014: Dreamstime (http://www.dreamstime.com), one of the world leaders in stock photography, is looking for the perfect picture to represent your Father’s Day. Submit your picture to Dreamstime’s Facebook or Google+ page and the top five will win a £100 Amazon voucher (or a $100 for US entrants).
Is your Father’s Day all about the cards, or maybe a cake? Perhaps Father’s Day is a time for the family to gather, or even a time to remember Dads that are no longer with us. Whatever it is, take a photo that represents it and post it to the Dreamstime Facebook page (www.facebook.com/dreamstime) or Google+ page (plus.google.com/+dreamstime) with the hashtag #DreamstimeDads and we’ll select the best photo.
You don’t need to wait until Father’s Day to take your photo – the competition is open right now and will close at midnight EDT on June 15th (8am in the UK on 16th June). The winners will be selected on Monday 16th June. So get your photos in to be in with a chance to win.
Dreamstime is one of the world leaders in stock photography and believes that Father’s Day is the perfect time for us all to be taking and sharing more photos as well as honoring Dads.
“We want people to show us exactly what Father’s Day means to them through the power of photography,” said Serban Enache, Dreamstime’s CEO and co-founder. “Whether it’s a celebration of your father or a photo defining what it means to be a father, photos can really tap into our emotions and we’re sure that there will be some amazing submissions. We look forward to seeing them!”